Investigating Claims: Wellston Robins Holdings, LLC
The White Law Group is investigating potential securities claims involving brokerage firms who may have improperly recommended private placement investments such as Wellston Robins Holdings, LLC to investors.
Wellston Robins Holdings, LLC reportedly filed a form D to raise capital from investors in 2020, according to this SEC filing. The total offering amount sold to investors was purportedly $8,610,527 according to the Reg D.
Regulation D, and SEC regulation, allows small to midsize companies an opportunity to raise capital from investors with less expense and reporting requirements than traditional means, making it quite popular.
Often these private placement investments are touted for their income potential and for being “non-correlated” to the stock market. Too often the financial advisor or broker ignores and/or fails to disclose the risks involved in these investments.
Are REG D Private Placements for you? Wellston Robins Holdings, LLC
Regulation D (Reg D) private placements operate beyond the scope of public trading, exclusively available to “accredited” investors. Although they hold the allure of yielding substantial returns, the decision to invest in Reg D private placements comes with inherent risks:
First, limited liquidity is a prominent concern, as investments such as Wellston Robins Holdings, LLC, don’t participate in public trading arenas. Consequently, selling your investment to access funds could prove challenging.
Also, transparency challenges arise due to the fact that private companies involved in Reg D placements aren’t obligated to furnish the same comprehensive information as their publicly traded counterparts. As a result, investors might lack access to the information required for well-informed decisions.
FINRA Arbitration Claims
FINRA (Financial Industry Regulatory Authority) is a self-regulatory organization that oversees the securities industry in the United States. If your broker has made unsuitable investment recommendations, and you have suffered losses, you may be able to file a claim with FINRA to seek resolution through arbitration.
Having a securities fraud attorney to assist you with FINRA arbitration is highly recommended, even though it’s not mandatory. The intricacies of FINRA arbitration can be challenging to navigate, and a skilled attorney with expertise in securities law can significantly enhance your prospects of a successful outcome.
The White Law Group can help you evaluate the strength of your case, draft a well-structured statement of claim that accurately presents your allegations of fraud and desired damages, and provide representation during the arbitration hearing by presenting evidence and making compelling arguments on your behalf.
Additionally, our attorneys can engage in negotiation efforts for a potential settlement before the arbitration process begins. Opting for our securities attorneys ensures that your rights are safeguarded throughout the arbitration process, maximizing your likelihood of achieving a favorable resolution.
This information is being provided by The White Law Group. The White Law Group, LLC is a national securities fraud, securities arbitration, and investor protection law firm with offices in Chicago, Illinois and Seattle, Washington. We represent investors in all 50 states in claims against their brokerage firms. For more information on The White Law Group, visit https://whitesecuritieslaw.com.